Top 10 albums of the 2010:s by Stephan Groth (Apoptygma Berzerk)
Jan 2020 03

Release Magazine asked Stephan Groth (Apoptygma Berzerk) for his top 10 albums of the decade (2010-2019). [more...]

Top 10 albums of the 2010:s by Priest
Jan 2020 08

Release Magazine asked Priest for the top albums of the decade (2010-2019). [more...]

Ministry, FLA and KMFDM will tour together
Jan 2020 13

It’s been 30 years since Ministry’s “The Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste” came out and they will celebrate this industrial music classic with a massive tour in July. [more...]

Quality electropop, made in Germany – A Spell Inside interviewed
Jan 2020 15

German electropop veterans have blasted back onto the stage with new album “Masterplan” and a brand new digital and strictly limited vinyl EP called “Frei sein 2020″ – with cover artwork from Emil Schult. Since A Spell Inside’s goth tinted beginnings with “Return to Grey” (1995) they have continuously released their own brand of dark electronic quality pop. We had a chat with Michael Roeder about what’s cooking.

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Top 10 albums of the 2010:s by Edward Ka-Spel
Jan 2020 27

Release Magazine asked Edward Ka-Spel (The Legendary Pink Dots, Tear Garden, Mimir) for his top albums of the decade (2010-2019). [more...]

Top 10 albums of the 2010:s by Don Gordon (Numb)
Feb 2020 04

Release Magazine asked Don Gordon from the pioneering industrial project Numb for his top albums of the decade (2010-2019). [more...]

Music and performances of soaring imagination – Kårp interviewed
Feb 2020 07

Several breakthrough acts are now creating a vibrant new Gothenburgian underground, a scene with and enduring legacy built on bands from a wide range of genres as The Knife, In Flames, José González, Ace of Base, The Soundtrack of Our Lives and Mickey Dee, the former drummer in Motörhead.

Like those before them, many of the new avant gardists are rooted in the city’s vibrant soundsystem culture, and at the forefront there’s one of the most exciting bands on the Swedish scene in years. With just a few singles in their tote bag Gothenburg music collective Kårp embarked on an amazing journey. When they summarize they can put a well-received debut album, the 2020 single “Left Handed” and two Manifest Awards nominations (newcomer 2018 and synth 2019) on the list.

Nodding to atmospheric electropop, advanced electronica and, as they call it, deathdisco, on their debut “Album 1”, a work of soaring imagination, Kårp bring us more than music in their overall artistic formula. Kårp is not only music, it’s a spirit that penetrates everything what you see, hear and experience about the band.

When I covered Viva Sounds Festival in Gothenburg I met up with Kårp in their studio and had a chat about having focus on the songs, an amazing lazer dude and the mysteriousness surrounding the band. And because of that, we keep it secret; only Anna-Maria appears as herself in the interview. [more...]

E-tropolis 2020: 14 bands from 3 generations, headlined by Front 242
Feb 2020 14

All is set for the annual industrial, EBM and synthpop festival E-tropolis. The 2020 edition takes place in Turbinenhalle in Oberhausen, Ruhr, on March 14.  [more...]

Top 10 albums of the 2010:s by Raymond Watts (Pig)
Feb 2020 14

Release Magazine asked Raymond Watts (<PIG>, ex KMFDM) for his top albums of the decade (2010-2019). [more...]

Zoè Zanias interview on the new Linea Aspera album, tour & solo EP:s
Feb 2020 19

Following September’s News piece on celebrated coldwave duo Linea Aspera’s reunion, I spoke to Zoé Zanias (Alison Lewis) who revealed the current release and tour plans. [more...]

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